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This beautiful Gothic-style building with lovely stained-glass windows were construction began by Latter-day Saint pioneers in 1877. This is where they have many artist give concerts and admittance is free.
The Assembly Hall, constructed of granite stone left over from the building of the temple, was completed in 1880. It is a place of public worship, in which visitors are welcome. Although the building is used mainly for conferences of Latter-day Saint congregations located in Salt Lake City and for other Church meetings, it is also available for various cultural and civic functions. The Gothic Revival structure is 68 feet wide and 120 feet long, and the center tower is 130 feet high. The auditorium holds almost 2,000 people, with choir seats for 100. The truncated spires were originally chimneys.
Call 1-801-240-3318 for more information.
Open daily 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
Friday and Saturday 7:30 P.M.
No charge for admission, but limited to those eight years of age and older.
Admission is free
Address: 50 West South Temple, Salt Lake City, 84150
Directions: It's within the Temple Square
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